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03/04/2009 - 19:40

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G20 deal 'will protect UK jobs' - Sir Fred rejects pension cut calls - Jade Goody Funeral Pictures 'Not For Sale'.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 3 April 2009
G20 deal 'will protect UK jobs'

The G20 deal struck by world leaders in London on Thursday will help protect UK jobs, Chancellor Alistair Darling has said.

Sir Fred rejects pension cut calls

Royal Bank of Scotland shareholders have reacted angrily after Sir Fred Goodwin refused to hand back any of his £703,000 annual pension.

Jade Goody Funeral Pictures 'Not For Sale'

Close friends of Jade Goody deny that deals have been done to sell footage from her funeral.

BBC fined £150,000 over Brand calls

The BBC has been handed a record fine of £150,000 by Ofcom over the Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand lewd phone call scandal.

Archbishop slams 'secular' approach

The new Archbishop of Westminster has warned against an "aggressively secular" approach to public life as his appointment was announced by the Catholic Church in England and Wales.

New photos of aftermath of MLK killing published

Newly published photographs of the aftermath of the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. languished for decades in Life magazine's archive before being published on the magazine's Web site this week.

Ex-sailor sentenced to 10 years in terror case

A former Navy sailor convicted of leaking details about ship movements and the best ways to attack them was sentenced Friday to the maximum 10 years in prison.

Vick says he could play football for 10 more years

Suspended NFL star Michael Vick began to outline plans for life after prison Friday, telling a judge his time behind bars gave him a chance to reflect and that he hopes to play pro football for another 10 years.

Palm Sunday goes greener with fair-trade fronds

Christian churches are turning over a new leaf for Palm Sunday.

NJ doctor in hepatitis B case fights for license

Health inspectors described finding blood on the floor at the office of a New Jersey doctor whom they suspect is linked to a hepatitis B outbreak.

 mother charged with stabbing 2-year-old girl

A woman who believes she was being stalked by a cult has been charged with stabbing her 2-year-old daughter 100 times with scissors, her lawyer and police have said, and can be heard yelling "Die! Die!" on a 911 call.

Blagojevich indicted on federal corruption charges

Ousted Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich's plan to auction off President Barack Obama's vacant U.S. Senate seat marked the culmination of years of scheming for personal gain that included trying to extort a congressman and pressuring businesses to hire his wife, prosecutors alleged Thursday.

Nevada lawmakers squeamish about prostitution tax

Nevada taxes you when you have a drink, when you catch a show and when you buy some smokes — and of course it gets a piece of your action at the casino. But if you're looking for a sin-tax haven, you could head to a brothel.

Alaska Gov. Palin dismisses political road bumps

It would seem like a bad week for Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, but she said she's looking past snubs from a major Republican fundraising event and her former running mate to focus on Alaska.

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